Brandon Graham gets his first start of the season for the Eagles. Gives a Michigan shout-out during his introduction, and 2 minutes into the 2nd quarter he already has 1.5 sacks and 4 QB hits. Glad to see he's bouncing back from his injury.
OT: Brandon Graham starts for Eagles
There was once a time when he was 100 percent of the Michigan defense whereas Denard was 100 percent of the Michigan offense...
just imagine the possibilities.....boner achieved.
I heard the next big thing is already here?
Good for him ... glad to see he's making a strong return from injury!
Sometimes I imagine Hoke and Mattison with the players in the film room, and playing footage of Graham from that 2009 season. "There ... see that? That's what we're talking about."
an mgopolice officer when it comes to: syntax, grammar, or "OT." But Hard Gay, my man, BG is never OT. If there is a thread generated tomorrow discussing his toots or BMs, it's still not OT. Because it's BG.
Fine. But if it's all the same to you, I'd prefer not to have a thread about his morning dumps.
Anyone else watching how Philly is pretty much exclusively running out of the shotgun, and with great success too? I have watched several Philly games this year and their running game has been horrible, this is partially because of having 3 (or maybe it is 4) of their projected starting OL injuried. They know they do not have the advantage in the trenches anymore, and are using the run out of the shotgun as the equalizer to reduce the amount of defenders Dallas has in the box.
This is exactly what Borges need to do. He has to realized that we do not have the personel to run MAN BALL, but that we also need to have some sort of run game as well. This is the way to accomplish it. Dear Borges, please put your ego aside and embrace this potential!
I have some Eagle friends, and I keep telling them about Graham. They told me he is never mentioned in the Philly media. Glad to see that he is busting out tonight - he will be a Pro Bowler next year.
Feel bad for the dude for what he had to go through with his time at Michigan and now with the Eagles.